Olema Rose Cotes De Provence, 2016                                                                                        $7/Glass OR $29/Bottle
Provence, France
91 Point – James Suckling

Fresh. Strawberry. Red Berry. Light-Bodied.

James Suckling – “This is a beautiful rose with dried cherry, lemon rind and hints of walnut… It has… texture and length. Drier style… Try it.” Pairs beautifully with grilled fish such as salmon or tuna and stir fry.”


Chateau la Vivonne, Les Puechs Rose Cotes de Provence, 2016                                      $8/Glass OR $34/Bottle
Provence, France
92 Point – Wine Enthusiast

Fresh. Strawberry. Red Fruit. Medium-Bodied.

Wine Enthusiast – “Produced only in top years, this rich wine is impressive. It has great fruit, ripe strawberries and red currants bringing juicy fruitiness. There is also a more serious mineral texture that comes with tangy acidity…”



Mascota Vineyards, Gran Mascota Malbec, 2014                                                                      $8/Glass OR $32/Bottle

Mendoza, Argentina
93 Point – James Suckling
Concentrated. Blackberry. Spice. Full-Bodied.

James Suckling – “Lovely aromas of stone and dark fruits. Medium to full body with blackberry, spice, and walnut character. Pretty finish. Energetic.” Enjoy this fruit forward Malbec!


White Wine

Chateau La Rose de Vitrac Blanc, 2015                                                                                        $7/Glass OR $29/Bottle
Bordeaux, France

Crisp. Melon. Green Apple. Medium-Bodied.

Crisp and refreshing. Earthy herbal character suggesting bell pepper, green fruits and melons.


The Setting, Sauvignon Blanc Sonoma County, 2016                                                                $11/Glass OR $49/Bottle
Sonoma County, California

 Incredibly aromatic thanks to the unique vineyard sites and the use of the Musque clone with abundant flavors of melon, fresh peach, honeysuckle and pear. This wine displays a deep richness and silky texture from our barrel fermentation with notes of crème brulee and hints of ripe kiwi that perfectly tie together this distinctive duality of flavors.


Pinot Noir

Ropiteau Pinot Noir
$7/Glass OR $27/Bottle
Vin de France, France

Fresh. Cherry. Red Fruit. Light-Bodied.

Established in 1848, Ropiteau Freres has a long history of making great Pinot Noir. This super value is proof positive. Bright cherry and berry fruit is complemented by earth tones and a smooth soft finish. Excellent with a lamb stew.


D’Autrefois Reserve Pinot Noir, 2016                                                                                          $7/Glass OR $27/Bottle
Pays d’Oc, France

Elegant. Cherry. Spice. Medium-Bodied.

France- Oak aging gives this elegant Pinot Noir rich undertones of vanilla and spice, accenting classic notes of cherry and cassis.


Louis Chavy Bourgogne Pinot Noir, 2016 or 2015
$8/Glass OR $34/Bottle
Burgundy, France

Elegant. Cherry. Raspberry. Medium-Bodied.

This elegant Pinot Noir showcases a rich, supple palate supported by soft, elegant tannins, while the nose offers hints of earth, red fruits and spice. A mouthwatering fruit bowl of cherry, cassis and raspberry balanced with lively acidity.



Chateau de Chantegrive, Graves, 2014
$6/Glass OR $24/Bottle
Graves, France
92 Point – Wine Enthusiast

Concentrated. Anise. Black Fruit. Full-Bodied.

Wine Enthusiast – “This wine has intense acidity, given some richness by a tannic core as well as ripe black plum flavors. It’s aromatic and fruity, although the acid is almost shocking at the end.”


Chateau De La Huste Fronsac, 2015
$7/Glass OR $31/Bottle
Fronsac, France
93 Point – Wine Spectator

Elegant. Black Currant. Plum. Full-Bodied.

Wine Spectator – “Really fresh, showing nice cut and persistence to its range of red currant, blood orange and damson plum flavors, all allied to a racy, chalky spine.”


Chateau Cote Montpezat Castillon Cuvee Compostelle, 2012
$7/Glass OR $31/Bottle
Castillon, France
90 Point – Wine Spectator

Concentrated. Black Raspberry. Oak. Full-Bodied.

Wine Spectator – “Bright beet, raspberry and pomegranate notes race along here, with a solid spine of licorice holding the finish together. Should fill in well enough.”


Chateau Rouget Pomerol, 2012
$13/Glass OR $58/Bottle
Pomerol, France
91 Point – James Suckling

Elegant. Dark Fruit. Vanilla. Medium-Bodied.

James Suckling – “A fresh and clean red with chocolate, berry and cherry character. Medium body, fine tannins and a crisp finish. Very well made”